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September 2018
  By Tara Laughlin, Ed.D., Director of Curriculum at PAIRIN The world is full of problems.  Not to be a downer, but I’m setting the stage here.  On a personal, professional, local, national, and international level, it can sometimes feel like everywhere you turn, there’s a new problem waiting to be solved.  Given this sheer...
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By Dr. Ron Young Crucial skills of the most effective teachers today are very different from those of twenty years ago. Long gone are the days of one room school houses with a handful of students where reading, writing and arithmetic were enough. It takes more than expertise in one academic field to be an...
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Today, PAIRIN released a new body of research that seeks to highlight the fundamental differences between traditional public school teachers and charter school teachers. The report, titled “Soft Skills and Mindsets of Public Charter School and Traditional Public School Teachers: A Comparative Analysis”, gathers research about the differences between these two groups from published research...
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